Loved ones can seem to have such serious needs that we may wonder if their needs can be resolved. (Colleen Zuck, Daily Word, Day 7)
The cause of disillusionment is putting one's complete hope and trust in people. (Charles R. Swindoll, Wisdom for the Way, p. 40)
The head of Toyota, in the United States, testified before Congress yesterday. He offered long apologies for their car safety problems. At the same time he avoided answering the question of how long they have known about the problem. And he didn't state whether they are certain they know what is causing the problem. I have a hunch that it has nothing to do with floor mats or accelerator pedals. Outsiders and accident survivors are saying it's a problem with the electronics (computer or software). All this reminds me of the problems many years ago with the Ford Pinto when articles with the titles like, "Unsafe at Any Speed" were being published. We owned a Pinto too. I sure do know how to buy good cars.